The Boys Food Truck

by Farah D. on Fri, October 14, 2016

Fancy an upgrade on your Ramly Burger fix? Make your way to The Boys Food Truck located nearby BHP/Caltex Melawati. Run by a team of industrious youngsters, the Boys Food Truck offers late-night snack options that are cheap and yummy. Patties are homemade and the portions are generous. What's even more awesome? Most of their items are under RM10!

Cheap & Cheerful Supper Choices!

Foodster's Verdict

The Boys Food Truck
  • Address

    Near BHP/Caltex Melawati
    Tel: 013 6743438 FB : Theboysfood KL IG : theboysfood

  • Open

    8.30pm - 12am

  • Pros

    Cheap and filling food.

  • Cons

    Long waiting time when there's a lot of people.

  • Price Range


  • Parking


  • Certification

    Muslim Owned

The Boys specialises in offering hefty dishes laden with all the works. Their burgers and hot dogs are messy, liberally doused with a multitude of sauces, like their hot dog ‘Special’, jumbo chicken franks topped with a meaty bolognaise sauce. I say bolognaise but don’t expect the Italian version, this is a Malaysian version, slightly sweet with a strong chilli sauce flavour.

Meet the Jimmynator....

For something a little bit bolder, go for the Jimmynator, their famous double cheese burger, consisting of two moist beef patties, layered with cheese slices and generous amounts of mayo and sauces sandwiched between two soft buns. Sloppy and sinful, the perfect example of a roadside burger.

Look at all that cheese sinful!

The steak sandwich is the most popular item on their menu, tender beef strips drizzled with liberal amounts of cheese sauce and mayo. It’s quite filling and for just RM6, it’s a bargain.

Creamy Alfredo Pasta if you don't fancy any burgers or hot dogs.

If burgers and hot dogs don’t rock your boat, you can order pasta from their other food truck. The Alfredo is a good option, creamy and cheesy, peppered with tons of parmesan and fresh herbs.

Be on the lookout for this truck if you're looking for wallet-friendly supper food.

Tables are limited so it’s better to just ‘tapau’ the dishes. It’s a really popular supper spot so do expect to wait a bit for your order. It’s not an ideal dinner choice because they open quite late ( from 8.30 pm till midnight ), but if you suddenly get an attack of the munchies, this is a great place to curb those cravings.